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Ooni Pro Multi-Fuel Outdoor Pizza Oven - £349.30 @ Homebase
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Ooni Pro Multi-Fuel Outdoor Pizza Oven - £349.30 @ Homebase

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Posted 13th Jun

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I bought the Ooni Koda a while back so was quite aware of the pricing of the other units, never have I seen the Ooni Pro at this price, fantastic reduction from Homebase. These are really good pizza ovens I highly recommend them.

They've also got the Ooni 3 discounted to if you’d prefer a lesser and cheaper alternative.

Create restaurant-quality pizza at home! The super-versatile Ooni Pro cooks 60-second pizzas, perfectly seared steaks and mouthwatering stews right in your own garden. Bring friends and family together with amazing wood-fired meals, food doesn't get more real than this.

  • Fast: heat your Ooni Pro up to 500 degree celsius in under 30 minutes.
  • Versatile: make 16" pizzas, roast joints of meat and bake bread
  • Flexible: burn wood, charcoal, pellets or gas
  • Transportable: bring your Pro where the party is!
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I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must cook to justify a £350 oven plus cost of the fuel?
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Brilliant, thanks for this, we are getting an Uuni 3 for our Scout group, this will make them happy campers 🍕🍕🍕
How do you rate the Koda?? Been looking out for one to appear on here
Daddypig4013/06/2019 22:21

How do you rate the Koda?? Been looking out for one to appear on here


Koda is their latest model so don't expect deals till Xmas. I have the 3 and I will get the gas as keeping the right temperature in this tiny oven is a hit and miss, gas will free me to concentrate on the pizzas, pellets is a 2 men job.
Wish I had the Koda but I found the deal for 3 last year hotukdeals.com/dea…282.
Cheers, will hold out for a Koda I reckon. That was a helluva deal last year - if there’s another I might just bite tho
Good price for the Pro! They’re saying the Ooni 3 has been reduced from £235 to £176.25 but it retails at £199 elsewhere so deal not as good as Pro unfortunately. Gutted I missed that £130 deal six months ago!
I have had my eye on this machine and roccbox for ages and finally one of those is reduced thanks op ordered do you know where you can buy the gas attachment on offer?
Edited by: "BoGoF" 14th Jun
cbates6014/06/2019 00:06

Good price for the Pro! They’re saying the Ooni 3 has been reduced from £ …Good price for the Pro! They’re saying the Ooni 3 has been reduced from £235 to £176.25 but it retails at £199 elsewhere so deal not as good as Pro unfortunately. Gutted I missed that £130 deal six months ago!


In my opinion the uuni3 is too small and you can see on YouTube how quick the pizza burn because the dome is to small whereas the pro has just the right amount of space for the flames and heat to cook pizza within 60-90 second
danpetre13/06/2019 22:40

Koda is their latest model so don't expect deals till Xmas. I have the 3 …Koda is their latest model so don't expect deals till Xmas. I have the 3 and I will get the gas as keeping the right temperature in this tiny oven is a hit and miss, gas will free me to concentrate on the pizzas, pellets is a 2 men job.Wish I had the Koda but I found the deal for 3 last year https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/uuni-3-wood-fired-pizza-oven-at-iwoot-for-12999-3108282.


You can add a gas attachment to the pro , that’s what I’m looking to do. Isn’t the koda similar to uuni3 with gas very similar size and setup
Edited by: "BoGoF" 14th Jun
Where are people getting their pellets. We have a biomass boiler and first time I used those pellets. They were Balcas Brites. However, the pizzas tasted a bit bitter. I don't know if it was the pellets, residue from the lighting fluid (I will use the wood ball lighters next time) or just the way the taste when cooked that way.
Daddypig4013/06/2019 22:21

How do you rate the Koda?? Been looking out for one to appear on here


I think it’s brilliant, had mine a couple of months. Heats up in 20mins and pizza stone is at 450 degrees, perfect for Neapolitan pizzas. Easy to maintain the heat being gas, and it’s portable too.
Been looking for one of these for ages. Love the hot uk deal community. Cheapest I’ve seen is 490 with another 10 off for new sign up and I almost went for it.
I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must cook to justify a £350 oven plus cost of the fuel?
whok184414/06/2019 07:16

I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must …I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must cook to justify a £350 oven plus cost of the fuel?



The Pro also seems pretty versatile good ( steaks and bread etc) but I know what you mean. Not sure I want one THAT much
I’d also highly recommend the Ooni enthusiasts UK Facebook page (not sure if link allowed). It’s got loads of helpful advice and pictures of wonderful pizza that’ll make you want to go out and buy an Ooni
whok184414/06/2019 07:16

I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must …I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must cook to justify a £350 oven plus cost of the fuel?



Im sure if you worked out the cost of takeaway pizza compared to making your own you’ll soon justify the cost of it. Whilst it does seem a lot initially, it’s quite rewarding making your dough and cooking your own pizza - whilst also being a lot cheaper than ordering pizza
One thing for anyone considering one of these is it's not like an out door BBQ. They are very hands on, and you spend a lot of time making bases and preparing the pizzas. Also unlike a BBQ where you all get to sit and eat at the same time this is the opposite. That said we have made some fantastic pizzas. I also bought several more pizza peels and a laser thermometer. I use charcoal initially then wood kindling, and you must keep topping it up as burns very quickly as otherwise you loose too much heat due to the oven not being insulated. HTH
Only £99 at Lidl this week

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The kind of pizza oven from Lidl doesn't work great, the entry level is the Ooni range or you can use a pizza steel and grill method in a normal oven. You can make cheap clay ovens with firebricks as well if you have the space
I have the 3 is it worth the extra for the pro anyone?
malhal14/06/2019 08:19

Only £99 at Lidl this week[Image]


This is what I had previously, it was rubbish. Burnt pizza bottoms and not cooked on top. Almost impossible to regulate the heat
ScotBoy14/06/2019 06:53

Where are people getting their pellets. We have a biomass boiler and first …Where are people getting their pellets. We have a biomass boiler and first time I used those pellets. They were Balcas Brites. However, the pizzas tasted a bit bitter. I don't know if it was the pellets, residue from the lighting fluid (I will use the wood ball lighters next time) or just the way the taste when cooked that way.


Uuni pellets are the best (pricy). I got Balcas Brites from Wolsely, 3 for a tenner but they make smoke. People say after switching back to Uuni pellets all the soot on walls and stone burns clean.
Take off pellet burner and burn chunks of hardwood, try it once. If you are happy have a ceramic or steel plate at the back so it protects your oven from fire damage, it will become like the pellet burner. Google Johnjoe wood plate and wood gate
Seriously, why?
Waiting on the bosses decision! Ready to click - great price!
Just pulled the trigger on a Koda for £180 on eBay with the 10% code.

Only read afterwards that it doesn’t have manufacturers warranty so slightly disconcerted about that but is new so fingers crossed
Wibblers14/06/2019 11:48

Waiting on the bosses decision! Ready to click - great price!


Ordered!
Daddypig4014/06/2019 12:24

Just pulled the trigger on a Koda for £180 on eBay with the 10% code. Only …Just pulled the trigger on a Koda for £180 on eBay with the 10% code. Only read afterwards that it doesn’t have manufacturers warranty so slightly disconcerted about that but is new so fingers crossed


Uuni will support you with anything you need, their team is fantastic.
Bargain1914/06/2019 08:32

I have the 3 is it worth the extra for the pro anyone?


If you are happy with 3 stick with it. If you want to buy your first oven Pro is a steal at this price.
3 is small and the heat varies, I am on my toes and make small pizzas to be able to handle it. Will move to gas for better temperature control.
danpetre14/06/2019 09:56

Uuni pellets are the best (pricy). I got Balcas Brites from Wolsely, 3 for …Uuni pellets are the best (pricy). I got Balcas Brites from Wolsely, 3 for a tenner but they make smoke. People say after switching back to Uuni pellets all the soot on walls and stone burns clean.Take off pellet burner and burn chunks of hardwood, try it once. If you are happy have a ceramic or steel plate at the back so it protects your oven from fire damage, it will become like the pellet burner. Google Johnjoe wood plate and wood gate

Those Johnjoe additions look great for the Ooni 3! Basically transforms it into a small pro. Just contemplating whether to buy the Ooni 3 + Johnjoe additions for around £220 or go big on the Pro for £350...
cbates6014/06/2019 13:08

Those Johnjoe additions look great for the Ooni 3! Basically transforms it …Those Johnjoe additions look great for the Ooni 3! Basically transforms it into a small pro. Just contemplating whether to buy the Ooni 3 + Johnjoe additions for around £220 or go big on the Pro for £350...


Pro for £350, no brainer. It will give you more room for error. Retains heat better, has a proper wood chamber, more space for pizza so launching is eaier (I must had lost more than 10 pizzas so far to failed launches).
malhal14/06/2019 08:19

Only £99 at Lidl this week[Image]


I considered one of these and because I cannot find even 1 video of a successful and authentic looking pizza being cooked on one of these I am hesitant to buy one, everyone kept burning the pizza and I think it’s to small for the heat to move around
Daddypig4013/06/2019 22:21

How do you rate the Koda?? Been looking out for one to appear on here


Just seen Koda in Costco for £180 on a Facebook page. Cannot verify it though.
Just seen that!! Gutted, would deffo have got it from there
Gutted, I just bought the ooni Koda and have used it so cant exchange it
danpetre14/06/2019 14:49

Just seen Koda in Costco for £180 on a Facebook page. Cannot verify it …Just seen Koda in Costco for £180 on a Facebook page. Cannot verify it though.


Seems legit, picture up of the deal, amazing price with all the extras included
Yeah, have managed to get a refund on this one so gonna head to Costco in morning.
stoney_Jedi14/06/2019 16:06

Seems legit, picture up of the deal, amazing price with all the extras …Seems legit, picture up of the deal, amazing price with all the extras included


Post the deal then.
danpetre14/06/2019 16:37

Post the deal then.


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Taken from Facebook group £180 inc Vat for Koda/Peel/Cover. Nothing on the website so can't confirm.
Was the Gateshead branch apparently
Mine has shipped, thanks for the heads up 🤙🏻
whok184414/06/2019 07:16

I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must …I am wondering, specially with British weather, how many pizzas one must cook to justify a £350 oven plus cost of the fuel?


Yup! In my west of Scotland microclimate we’d get to use this about 4 times a year
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